“The Italy of cruises is growing again, after two years of difficulties due to the pandemic, and Civitavecchia, the Port of Rome from which cruises restarted worldwide in 2021, is confirmed at the top of the Mediterranean, with a forecast for the 2022 of about 1.5 million passengers “. This was stated by Pino Musolino, president of the Adsp of the North Central Tyrrhenian Sea, in Miami for the first ‘post-pandemic’ Seatrade. “There is a great desire to restart – adds Musolino – and although we are still far from the numbers of 2019, it seems to me that in any case the signs of recovery are very clear”. “Already in the first quarter, even with about 20 fewer ships than to those initially planned, Civitavecchia recorded about 58,000 cruise passengers compared to 10,000 in the same period last year. Now we need to be ready and in this sense the first talks with the main shipowners have been very positive “, underlines Musolino.
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